August 2009
Community Care;8/6/2009, Issue 1782, p11
The article offers news briefs related to social service in Great Britain. The National Autistic Society has expressed its disappointment after Gary McKinnon, a man with Asperger syndrome, lost a legal bid to prevent his extradition to the U.S. Members of the Parliament have demanded an increase in the weekly personal expenses allowance for care home residents from £ 21.90 to 40. Three disability sector leaders from the Equality and Human Rights Commission have resigned, leaving a void.


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